Q: What does the web site migration service entail? Will my web site be secure?

A: If your present web hosting provider can no longer answer the necessities of your website, or when you undergo continual network downtime, or if you are forced to wait for hours for the client care team to reply back to you, it might be a smart idea to swap your provider, i.e. to migrate all the files for your web sites as well as your databases from your present provider to your new provider. At Champion Web Hosting, we know that this can be hard & time–consuming. That’s the reason why we’ll do all that for you at no cost!Our highly qualified technical staff members will migrate your website content from your current web hosting provider to us. Our techs have plenty of experience with website migration and are able to take care of anything – from a regular WordPress–driven weblog or Joomla–based site, to a highly complex, custom–made web application.

Q: What does the web site migration service entail? Will my web site be secure?
Q: Just how long will it take for my site to be transferred over to your platform?

A: We try to accomplish all web site migrations as quickly as possible. Yet, we don’t have a fixed time frame for website migrations. There are certain things that you need to take into consideration – the very size of your website and the workload of our web site migration team, etc. We always strive to implement each migration in under 48 hours. With smaller sites, our team usually manages to finish within 24 hours.

Q: Just how long will it take for my site to be transferred over to your platform?
Q: My personal privacy is important to me. What information do you need?

A: Yep. We will need the name of the web site that you’d like us to migrate. We’ll also require a means to log in to your old web hosting account so that we can get the files associated with your web site.

Q: My personal privacy is important to me. What information do you need?
Q: The login info for my hosting account is delicate. How can I trust you?

A: Our Privacy Policy is an inseparable part of the agreement that we’ll have with you as a client. We’re committed to protecting the safety of the personal data collected from the customers. To do this, we employ technical safety measures to prevent the loss, the misuse, the alteration or the unauthorized disclosure of the private information under our control. The safety measures include, but are not limited to: physical, electronic and managerial operations to safeguard and secure the info that we receive on the web. When we ask users to submit financial info (for instance, a debit card number), this info is shielded using the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology.

Q: The login info for my hosting account is delicate. How can I trust you?
Q: Will there be any outage for my site?

A: Your website will continue to work just like it did before with your former hosting provider. As soon as we have completed the transfer, your site will be configured to work on our platform and we will ask you to preview it. If everything is functioning correctly, all you will have to do is modify the name server records pertaining to your domain name. Your web site will be transferred over to us without any downtime whatsoever.

Q: Will there be any outage for my site?
Q: Will my current web hosting provider need to do anything?

A: Nah. Apart from your login details for the Control Panel, we don’t require anything. We will never get in touch with your hosting provider. They won’t know anything about the migration either.

Q: Will my current web hosting provider need to do anything?
Q: Which web hosting providers can you migrate web content from?

A: Yeah. We support all regular Linux–driven web hosting platforms. We do not support Windows–driven hosting platforms, because we don’t offer Windows web hosting services ourselves.Furthermore, we do not support proprietary site creation and management user interfaces such as Wix, BaseKit, Jimdo, Website Tonight, Four Square, Mr Site, etc.

Q: Which web hosting providers can you migrate web content from?